Viewing 0 current events matching “Columbia Riverkeeper” by Date.

Sort By: Date Event Name, Location , Default
No events were found.

Viewing 4 past events matching “Columbia Riverkeeper” by Date.

Sort By: Date Event Name, Location , Default
Apr 26
Rally for Renewables at PGE's Annual Shareholder Meeting
World Trade Center Portland

Portland General Electric can help Portland meet our climate commitment or they can lock us into 30 years of toxic pollution with their proposed Carty Fracked Gas power plants. Tell PGE shareholders we need wind and solar today!

On Wednesday, April 26th at 9am at the World Trade Center downtown, we are rallying to tell PGE shareholders that we need renewable energy. As PGE’s top decision makers are filling into their Annual Shareholders Meeting, we will send a crystal clear message that two new fracked gas power plants are not an option.

Event Details: When: April 26th, 2017, 9-10:30am. Arrive on time, PGE will. Where: World Trade Center, 25 SW Salmon street, Portland, OR What: Speakers, a Flash Mob, and, You directly telling PGE’s top decision makers that PDX wants to run on Wind and Solar not Dirty Fracked Gas!

RSVP Here:

Apr 29
Paddle to Kalama
Kalama, Washington

The Cowlitz Canoe Family invites all canoe families to participate in this event to protest the proposed development of dirty fossil fuel development in Southwest Washington including a proposed project that would build the WORLD’s largest methanol gas refinery in Kalama, WA. Calling on all indigenous people and allies to act in solidarity with the Cowlitz Indian Tribe in opposing these projects.

Please register in advance! Sponsored by: Columbia Riverkeeper Website: Contact:

Event Registration:

May 15
Public Hearing: Tell PGE we want clean energy NOT fracked gas
Chapman Square

Join us to tell PGE that Oregonians want #cleanenergy not #frackedgas. The Oregon Public Utility Commission is holding this public hearing to accept testimony from the general public about Portland General Electric's energy plan. Join us to speak out about their plans for fracked gas power plants. Please wear red. KEEP THE FRACK OUT. CLEAN ENERGY for OREGON. #climateaction #climatechange #actonclimate

Stay tuned (on Facebook page) for details. The public hearing runs from 6 pm - 8:30 pm and we expect testimony to be limited to 2-3 minutes.

There will be a rally beforehand at 5 pm at Chapman Square.

Jun 3
Mosier Oil Train Wreck Anniversary 6/3/2017
Mosier Community School

WHAT: Join us on Saturday, June 3, 2017 to mark the one-year anniversary of the frightening, nearly catastrophic oil train derailment, spill, and fire in Mosier, Oregon. We will gather in Mosier to make a statement against additional oil trains coming through the Columbia River Gorge.

WHERE: Mosier Community School. 1204 Historic Columbia River Highway

WHEN: Saturday, June 3, 2017, at 12:00 noon

DETAILS: What to bring? Bring yourself and friends, a snack, a hat, and good walking shoes.

Portland Metro Area Carpool: Call, text, email ( 503-705-1943 by NOON on Friday, June 2nd.

WHY: One year after the derailment, contamination persists in Mosier's groundwater. Meanwhile, oil and railroad companies are seeking to expand oil and coal train traffic through the Columbia River Gorge, despite opposition from Columbia River Tribes, the town of Mosier, and many larger cities along the potential route. The cities of Portland and Vancouver even passed new local laws banning oil train terminals, citing Mosier's experience.

In coming months, Washington’s Governor Inslee will make a final decision about whether to deny the Tesoro Savage oil train terminal in Vancouver, a project that would bring up to five loaded oil trains each day through the Columbia River Gorge. Mosier’s oil train fire should be all the evidence that Governor Inslee needs to deny the oil train terminal. On June 3rd, we will gather to remind Governor Inslee and other leaders to heed warnings from Mosier, tribal communities threatened by oil trains, and cities like Vancouver, Spokane, and Portland - all of whom are standing up to oil trains.